Huntington Beach is the largest seaside city in Orange County, with a population of approximately 190,000. Huntington Beach is 35 miles south of Los Angles and 95 miles north of San Diego. Huntington Beach was incorporated in 1909. Locally known as HB and “Surf City, USA,” Huntington Beach is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Seal Beach, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Westminster and Fountain Valley. Huntington Beach is home to the county’s longest beach at 8.5 miles. This city has a fabulous beach spirit and culture, which residents love.
Huntington Beach has beautiful year round weather to enjoy all the outdoor activities the city has to offer. Surfing is terrific in HB because the waves along local beaches are created by the edge-diffraction of the open ocean swells around Catalina Island. In the summer season, the waves are generated from the combination of storms and hurricanes in the Southern Hemisphere. In the winter months, the waves are created by the North Pacific. Huntington City Beach has an activity for everyone from surfing to beach volleyball to sitting by an evening bonfire. The Huntington Dog Beach is made for hanging with your best four legged friend. Huntington State Beach is perfect for families, with many picnicking areas and a great bike path. HB’s northern most beach, Bolsa Chica State Beach is known for its fishing areas. Surfside Beach is frequented most by residents. Beyond the beach, there are outdoor murals and surfing statues throughout the city. The Huntington Beach Playhouse hosts live performances and art shows, throughout the year.
Huntington Beach has a wide variety of real estate, making it accessible market for many people looking at the Huntington Beach real estate market. Homes range in price from 300,000 dollars to 400,000 dollars from a single family starter home to three to four million dollars for custom built ocean view estates. With such diversity, it is best to have professional real estate team on your side, let the Franco Team guide you through all the Huntington Beach real estate market has to offer. Huntington Beach is broken up into four sections; South, West, Northwest and Northeast, each has several smaller neighborhoods making it up. Price is dependent of view, size of property, home style and finishing’s and amenities the neighborhood offers. Beachwalk, California Classics, Fair Rivage, Huntington Bayshore and Seabridge Lakes are just a handful of neighborhoods that represent what is available in Huntington Beach. The views in Huntington Beach are of the Huntington Beach Harbor, the Pacific Ocean and breathing sunsets. There are both guard gated communities and non-guard gated communities to choose from.
Huntington Beach students attend schools in the Huntington Beach City School District. The school district focuses on maintaining high academic standards, ensuring each student will learn to their full potential, collaboration between staff, students, parents and community, and in data and research based instruction. There are seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. In addition, the city is home to 24 private schools, including Carden Academy, Coastline Christian School, LePort School and Pattis Preschool.
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